Judith Henry's Photo Exhibit will be on view until October 30th
Photo Courtesy of .00156 acres
Sat., Sept. 10: Opening Reception for Judith Henry’s Who I Saw in New York, Circa 1970-2000 Exhibit at .00156 acres.
Opening Reception: September 10, 7-9pm
Three walls, one hundred and thirty six photo-papers, one thousand one hundred and sixty one black & white images, two thousand three hundred and ninety seven people; this is the rough make up of Henry’s photo installation.
For more than forty years, Henry has been carrying a small camera around the streets of New York, randomly taking pictures of people. The wall to wall, floor to ceiling installation at 0.00156 acres looks like a collage in which the images are the pieces that give shape to a pattern. It is the artist’s intention to document the infinite variety of people, styles, races, ages and expressions that inhabits this city. The exhibit will be on view until Sun. Oct. 30
The reception is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
114 Smith Street, in Boerum Hill
Contact: Veronica Mijelshon, 917.428.3810, firstname.lastname@example.org